Omaha Sternberg, host of the newly-revamped Mac Gamephiles, has announced that her Internet radio show is now called iGame Radio. When the show debuted on June 6, some listeners questioned the nameis similarity to MacGameFiles.com, which is owned by Inside Mac Games. After conducting a poll, Ms. Sternberg declared that iGame Radio was the showis new name.
Her June 20 show, which is now available online as a streaming QuickTime file, featured an interview with Aspyr Mediais Glenda Adams, who discussed her companyis upcoming game Stubbs the Zombie as well as the implications of the move to Intel processors. Ms. Sternberg also offered a review of MacSoftis Close Combat: First to Fight.
iGame Radio was previously known as The Gamesome Mac, which was started by Sean Smith in 2002. David Finley often hosted shows with him, with Ms. Sternberg serving as producer and sometimes filling in as co-host. In May, however, Mr. Smith aired his final show with Ms. Sternberg, who decided to create a new show devoted to Mac gaming.